In another week of the Great British Bake Off Frances Quinn of Harborough has seen some highs and some lows.
After the judges accused her bake of having more style than substance she went on to impress them with her perfectly formed set of 12 custard tarts.
For the signature task Frances made a James and the Giant Peach inspired pie.
Sadly the judges did not find it to their taste but complimented her decorative efforts saying that the artwork on the pie was stunning.
Frances was shown in the show at a bookshop and its presenters mentioned that her parents had owned a bookshop in Market Harborough, Quinn’s.
Frances then went on to prove the judges wrong with her custard tarts which won first place in the technical challenge and were said to taste great.
On the final challenge where contestants were asked to make a filo pie she made a baklava cherry tree filo pie with pistachio cigarillos for branches.
Although the judges sadly said some of the layers were under baked, Frances once again won through to another week.